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  • Huskies make it 33 straight against WSU women

    PULLMAN – It’s supposed to be the simplest shot in basketball. Yet on Saturday night for the Washington State women, trying to convert an uncontested layup – just like trying …


  • Cougars know to watch for Huskies’ Wroten

    SEATTLE – The essence of Washington’s most dangerous player is captured via conversation with two players who must defend him this afternoon. The mention of Tony Wroten, UW’s freshman point …


  • West Side recruits absorbed the message from Cougars

    PULLMAN – There was a time, assistant coach Curtis Allen recalls, when Washington State’s recruiting presence on the west side of the state was so scant that many Seattle-area prospects …


  • Coming up: Washington State Cougars

    RECORD: 9-7 overall, 1-3 Pac-12 COMING UP: Sunday at Washington, 4 p.m. (Root)


  • Coming up: Washington State Cougars

    RECORD: 9-5 overall, 1-1 Pac-12 COMING UP: Tonight at Utah, 6; Saturday at Colorado, 1 p.m. (Root)


  • Cougars top Oregon State for first conference win

    After getting smoked Thursday night by Oregon in their Pac-12 opener, the Washington State Cougars knew they needed to change a few things against Oregon State on Saturday afternoon. Well, …


  • Coming Up: Washington State Cougars

    RECORD: 8-4 overall, 0-0 Pac-12 COMING UP: Today vs. Oregon, 6 p.m. (Comcast SportsNet NW: Comcast 179); Saturday vs. Oregon St., 3 p.m. (Root). Games at Spokane Arena


  • WSU men have luxury of depth at guard

    If there was one thing Washington State basketball fans could count on the first two years of Ken Bone’s coaching career, it was Reggie Moore and Klay Thompson would be …


  • WSU coach Bone feels right at home in Seattle

    SEATTLE – Washington State basketball coach Ken Bone knows the area around Seattle’s Key Arena well. His father, Walt, coached for years at the now-closed Queen Anne High, less than …


  • Cougars pull away from Western Oregon

    PULLMAN – There is one opponent that seems to wear down college basketball players with a mind-numbing consistency. Final exams.


  • Returning Cougars to fight for playing time

    PULLMAN – It was just four games ago Washington State’s basketball season seemed to be going south. After blowing a 14-point second-half lead and losing to UC Riverside, capping a …


  • Cougars trio comes up big in victory over Santa Clara

    PULLMAN – Early in the first half, before this Sunday afternoon game became a snoozer, Charlie Enquist showed a physical side – and confidence – that hasn’t always been there …


  • Cougars welcome Broncos

    Coming off a last-second win over Idaho, the Washington State Cougars will try to extend their winning streak to four games this afternoon when they host Santa Clara (5-2) at …


  • Moore’s shot lifts WSU over Idaho

    MOSCOW – Reggie Moore calmly buried a 20-foot jumper with what turned out to be 0.9 seconds left, lifting Washington State to a 66-64 nonconference basketball victory over the University …


  • Blanchette: Short-handed Cougs teach EWU tough lesson

    PULLMAN – From the debris here Saturday afternoon emerged two telling details, one mathematical and the other metaphorical. The math: 20 points, 13 rebounds for Washington State’s Charlie Enquist, an …


  • Cougs break loose, stifling Eastern with defense

    PULLMAN – With 6 minutes, 48 seconds left in Washington State’s rout of Eastern Washington on Saturday, the Eagles’ Cliff Ederaine finally shook free of the Cougars’ defense. One bounce …


  • Cougars don’t get much of a test from short-handed Grambling

    PULLMAN – Despite all the buzz on the Washington State campus over the hiring of football coach Mike Leach, not a lot of that transferred to Beasley Coliseum. But it …


  • Karr’s late layup gives Gonzaga win over WSU

    PULLMAN – There wasn’t much time left when Washington State’s Ireti Amojo knocked down a 3-pointer in front of her team’s bench on Wednesday. But Gonzaga’s Taelor Karr proved that …


  • Cougars blow 14-point lead, lose to UC Riverside

    ANAHEIM, Calif. – The Washington State Cougars squandered a 14-point lead in the second half, then watched Phil Martin make a driving layup with 14 seconds left that gave UC …


  • Aden scores 21 as WSU earns road victory

    PORTLAND – At this early point of the season, the rebuilding job that is Washington State basketball is progressing in baby steps. On Sunday night, most of the baby steps …


  • Bulldogs gear up for Cougars’ 3-pointers

    Gonzaga’s season-opening men’s basketball victory over Eastern Washington was barely 20 minutes old Friday night, but the Bulldogs already knew what would be on the list of drills for tonight’s …


  • Shadle Park’s Boese joins talented WSU class

    PULLMAN – Brett Boese put his signature on his national letter of intent on Wednesday, following in the footsteps of his uncle, Jim Meredith, who was on hand to watch …


  • Cougs blitz LCSC despite three absent basketball players

    PULLMAN – The small crowd that gathered Saturday night at Beasley Coliseum had plenty of time to get acquainted with all the newcomers on the Washington State men’s basketball team. …


  • WSU outlasts Eastern

    Klay Thompson wasn’t having his best night. Washington State University’s sophomore guard missed his first six shots. He powered his way to the free-throw line 14 times, but missed five …


  • Cougars must overcome USC’s gimmicks on defense

    LOS ANGELES – One of the simplest instruments to play in an elementary school band is the triangle. Hold it on the top, put a metal wand inside and bang …

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